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    • Kate Donegan

      Great idea for a kids craft, make Flubber! This should keep them amused for hours! And it's easy to make, just water glue and food coloring.

    • Amanda Lipinski

      Love this idea for my kiddos! Flubber recipe (using Borax) from Frugal Fun Challenge. The liquid/solid proerties make this a fun tactile experiment! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins see

    • Jenne Burch

      Flubber recipe: Mixture 1: 1 ½ cups warm water, 2 cups Elmer’s Glue, Food coloring. Mixture 2: 3 tsp. Borax, 1 cup Warm Water. Stir mixtures in separate bowls, ensuring they are well mixed. Pour mixture 1 into mixture 2. If desired, stir to speed the chemical reaction. When it is in a glob work it for 2-3 minutes. Initially it feels wet but it eventually dries up to the final texture.

    • Provide Another Mother (PAM)

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    • Lori Von Cadow-Espinosa

      Homemade flubber 1 ½ cups warm water 2 cups Elmer’s Glue Food coloring Mixture 2: 3 tsp. Borax 1 cup Warm Water Stir mixture 1 together in 1 bowl. Mixture 2 in another bowl. Make sure both are mixed well. Pour mixture 1 into mixture 2. There is no need to stir the mixture but you can if you want because it is the chemical reaction that actually makes the flubber. When it is in a glob work it for 2-3 minutes. Initially it feels wet but it eventually dries up to the final product.

    • Alison Robbins

      Flubber Recipe. Fun kid idea!

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